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Toad Ramsey Major League Baseball player

Thomas H. "Toad" Ramsey was an American Major League Baseball player who pitched in the Majors from 1885 to 1890. Ramsey spent his entire career in the American Association, split between two different teams. He played for the Louisville Colonels, and later, the St. Louis Browns. He is sometimes credited as the inventor of the knuckleball pitch, and was one of the top pitchers in the Association for more than two years, with statistics that put him in the top five in multiple pitching categories.

Tom Ramsey is a former professional American football quarterback, who played five seasons in the NFL for the New England Patriots and one season for the Indianapolis Colts. Earlier he played for the Los Angeles Express and the Oakland Invaders of the USFL.

Wallingford was a constituency in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

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